New York-based investment management and clearing firm Weiss, Peck & Greer is installing Thomson Investment Software's Portia Advanced Platform Option (APO). While Weiss, Peck & Greer has some $13 billion in assets under management, the money manager plans to initially roll out TIS's system to support a portion of its investments.
The firm finalized its selection of TIS's software earlier this year to replace dated incumbent technology. However, Portia APO was given the nod only after IT staf
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